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LightS
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join:2005-12-17
Greenville, TX

AT&T knows the rules are weak

That's why they chose to find a way around it by insisting that "preloaded" apps are exempt, due to the relatively (incredibly) weak rules set in place by the FCC.

The death star does quite a few things to try and usher people away from their grandfathered unlimited plans... tethering after they hit the 2gb limit, and now this? Ridiculous.


ArrayList
netbus developer
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join:2005-03-19
Brighton, MA
so, all apple needs to do is make facetime downloadable and stop preloading it?


LightS
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join:2005-12-17
Greenville, TX
According to AT&T's current logic, that seems to be a viable solution.


Morac
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reply to ArrayList
said by ArrayList:

so, all apple needs to do is make facetime downloadable and stop preloading it?

I propose Apple add a "FaceTime 3G unlock" app to the store that simply disables AT&T's FaceTime block. According to AT&T's logic they wouldn't be able to block that.

Of course that will never happen.
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